Property Spotlight: Richmond Furnished Housing in Historic Fan District

Richmond furnished housing

With its streets forming a fan-like shape, the Fan District of Richmond, VA is beloved for its beautiful homes, array of fantastic cafes and historic monuments. Part of the City Beautiful period in the 1800s, it is a wonderful residential spot and home to this remarkable option in Richmond furnished housing. With its location, though, this Richmond temporary housing also puts you within easy reach of Capitol City and its long list of companies and offices.

In fact, guests in this Richmond furnished housing option are within minutes of many medical centers and universities as well as major employers that include the United States Department of Veterans Affairs, Sun Trust Bank, Capitol One, the Federal Reserve, and more. So, this Richmond temporary housing option is ideal for the extended stay worker or executive, the family in the middle of relocation, or even a set of corporate travelers eager to enjoy a luxurious and home-like setting while visiting for business.

And though the location of this Richmond furnished housing is appealing, there is much to love about the two-bedroom, two-story property itself. First and foremost is its tremendous curb appeal. A classic brick structure, it is a multi-family home with large porches on both main and second floors.

Lots of original features and charm have been preserved in this Richmond temporary housing and you will love the style and beauty of your private entry. Though there is an elevator available, the gorgeous foyer and stairway is sure to delight. Enter into the large and bright living room and savor the beautiful décor, the large fireplace, and the French doors to your covered balcony. Gaze out to the small park that fronts your home and enjoy one of the many monuments of the area as you start each day!

This Richmond furnished housing has a full dining room, large, gourmet kitchen, private laundry facility, butler’s pantry, and those two nicely size bedrooms. Each has ample closet space and a private bath. There is also a rear terrace and views of the gardens in the backyard. Feel free to use the fire pit area and outdoor lounge on the ground level! Parking, Wi-Fi, maid services and local phone service are all part of the experience of this CHBO Complete Richmond temporary housing. Enjoy the best that Richmond has to offer from this historic and charming location.

CHBO City Spotlight: The Hottest City for Real Estate Nashville, Tennessee

Nashville, Tennessee Corporate housing

In October 2018, real estate market reports pointed towards familiar cities as the hottest areas. Names like Seattle and Los Angeles were not big surprises to find at the top of the list of popular and “surest investment” markets. However, as was reported in one newspaper, “Nashville’s real-estate market bounded ahead of Seattle, Los Angeles, and other major markets as the nation’s fifth-surest investment bet for 2019.” It had made a fast leap from the previous year, where it was ranked ninth hottest for overall real estate prospects!

CHBO City Spotlight: Philadelphia Corporate Housing

Philadelphia Corporate housing

You hear the name Philadelphia and think of early American history. Ben Franklin, the Liberty Bell and the Constitution are all concepts directly related to the city, and yet it is one of the most thriving places in terms of economic expansion, education and growth. In fact, according to one set of statistics, Philly’s job growth is currently “enjoying the longest period of economic expansion in the last 50 years.  In 2017, the city added 10,700 jobs.”

Philadelphia Corporate housing

Though it might seem as if that growth would focus on limited segments of the overall market, it is in fact quite diverse. As that same set of data relates, the market includes business and financial services, information services, real estate, education, health services, education, hospitals and more. For instance, “15 colleges and universities and five hospitals, [account] for 20% of Center City employment. Entertainment, leisure, hospitality and retail provide 16% of downtown jobs…[and] Federal, state and
local government employment provides 12% of Center City jobs.”

This makes it a very wise market for investment in corporate housing. In fact, that is supported by the statistics relating to new homes in the city, with “the construction of 2,680 new apartments, single-family homes and condominiums” appearing in 2017 alone. Most point towards the downtown and Center City area as the best choice. Not only is there where so much of the city’s business and tourism activities occur, but also because it is home to much of the historical and cultural life of the city.